Top Officials Of Indian Tiger Authority To Probe Death Of Big Cat After 16 Months.

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India – The Statesman

Top NTCA Official In Lalgarh To Probe Death Of Big Cat.


A senior official of the National Tiger Conservative Authority (NTCA) paid a visit in the Bagghora forest under Lalgarh forest area in West Midnapore, today, to investigate the cause of the death of a Royal Bengal Tiger, which was found with multiple injury marks around 16 months ago on 13 April, 2018.

Mr W. Langva, IG of Eastern region, NTCA, reached Midnapore yesterday and convened a meeting with the forest officials to gather information about the causes of the unnatural death of the big cat. Today, he along with forest officials reached the site where the tiger was found dead and conducted a probe into this matter.


Only after 16 months top officials of the Indian National Tiger Conservation Authority (NTCA) start to probe the death of tiger.